Many people say that they are unable to achieve something great in life because of their family situations and economic conditions. They come up with all sorts of excuses for their failure. A Dalit young man named Pitla Narsimhulu hailing from Mustabad Mandal, Sircilla district proved that if a person has the determination and works hard nothing is impossible to achieve.
Narsimhulu is born in a poor family with a disability By the time he was a student, his parents became older and he has to take up the responsibility of four sisters. He requested Minister KTR to support him when the minister came to his village during a government programme. Considering his situation, KTR recommended him for a small job in a private college in Sircilla. KTR asked him to continue his studies and promised him to support him whenever he requires help.
Taking inspiration from KTR, Narsimhulu continued his studies while working as an attender and completed his post-graduation. He has recently passed the eligibility test for assistant professor job. KTR came to know about the achievement of Narsimhulu and tweeted about him on the National Youth Day that "Couldnâ€™t think of a better way to celebrate National Youth Day than to appreciate Pitla Narsimhlu who inspired me & many like me. His fight against all odds; poverty, disability gives all of us hope of a better tomorrow."
KTR offered him Rs. 2 lakh financial assistance and promised him a double bedroom house by the next year. Narsimhulu story is really an inspiration to the people who are fighting against all odds. On the occasion, Narsimhulu thanked KTR and his college principal Chaitanya Kumar for helping him and he said he will be grateful to them.